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The Next Generation of Responsive Web Design: RESS | In Transit The Next Generation of Responsive Web Design: RESS | In Transit Technology is never stagnant. All great technologies continuously evolve, and at a seemingly faster and faster rate. A few years ago, responsive web design (RWD) emerged as a new technology/strategy for web development. RWD has become increasingly popular due to it’s fluid structure that will adapt to any screen. However, I feel we are due for a “next version” of responsive web design, given that it’s been a few years since RWD was first introduced. I believe this next iteration is responsive design with server-side components, also known as “RESS”.
CSS frameworks have been the foundations of web projects for many years. However, in the age of responsive design, a framework has even more benefits. A well-built CSS framework or boilerplate can streamline the design process, save huge chunks of development time and ensure your website scales properly on all devices. With so many choices available, though, it can be difficult to choose a framework to build on. It's important to consider the following when making a decision: whether you require a grid, and if so, will it be fluid or fixed? What level of customization do you require? 20 Exceptional CSS Boilerplates and Frameworks 20 Exceptional CSS Boilerplates and Frameworks
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Highlight.js highlights syntax in code examples on blogs, forums and, in fact, on any web page. It's very easy to use because it works automatically: finds blocks of code, detects a language, highlights it. Autodetection can be fine tuned when it fails by itself (see "Heuristics"). Basic usage Link the library and a stylesheet from your page and hook highlighting to the page load event: Highlight.js Highlight.js
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A couple of weeks back I covered some lovely examples of the flat web design trend. Flat web design is something that I particularly enjoy, it simply means that the UI will use little very limited bevels, gradients and overly textured elements and often the overall effect of flat design is a clean, usable and intuitive user experience. Flat UI Kits Today I wanted to build on the flat web design topic and bring you a collection of UI kits that are specifically focused on flat design. User interface templates such as PSDs or coded GUI files simply allow you to save time on a project. UI Kits For Flat Web Design | Who Design Today UI Kits For Flat Web Design | Who Design Today
Responsive Nav: A Simple JavaScript Plugin For Responsive Navigation There are several ways to make navigation responsive, and usually the solution we need is quite straightforward. But despite the apparent simplicity, there are many underlying factors which, when thought through and implemented properly, can make a simple solution even better without adding more complexity to the user interface. One of the problems I’ve encountered while building responsive navigations is that browsers currently don’t support CSS3 transitions to a height which is defined auto. Most of the time, we shouldn’t use fixed height either because the height of menu items might not be the same in all browsers, and the number of items may change. I also always try to reduce the weight of pages I build, so I’ve been wanting a solution that doesn’t require a big library such as jQuery to work. Responsive Nav: A Simple JavaScript Plugin For Responsive Navigation
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60 seconds or less — the average time a user spends on a web page. A website must clearly communicate its main solution within 10 seconds, to achieve several minutes of the end users attention. Visitors time-on-site will give you a good idea of the popularity of your website. The higher the time-on-site, the better chance you have for a high conversion rate. This is exactly why having a well designed website is critical. 8 Website Design Tips for 2013 | Command Partners 8 Website Design Tips for 2013 | Command Partners
The past year has seen many leaps made to improve developer productivity through better tooling. We're paying increasing attention to our workflow and many of us have spent time optimising our usage of tools like Grunt, Bower, Yeoman and the terminal. Another important area worth spending time on is your debugging workflow – if you're like me, this starts with the Chrome DevTools. When building an application with a specific framework or language abstraction, there's actually some additional tooling available to you in the form of recent DevTools extensions. In this post, I'll share a quick summary of the latest developments in this area, ranging from the recent Ember extension Yehuda Katz presented at EmberCamp through to less well known extensions for Backbone and KnockoutJS developers. Note: Canary DevTools disables icons in the toolbar by default, but I've re-enabled them via the Settings cog to aid with visualisation. DevTools Extensions For Web App Developers DevTools Extensions For Web App Developers
This is a guest post by mobile design consultant Mariya Yao People downloaded over 30 billion apps in 2012, yet the average smartphone owner only uses about 15 of them every week. Even worse, a study by Localytics estimated that 22 percent of apps are only opened once. With all the money and effort being poured into mobile right now, why is engagement so low? While the answer to that question is certainly complicated, a number of common mistakes companies are repeatedly made in the app on-boarding process. We’ll be discussing user experience and more at VentureBeat’s upcoming Mobile Summit. Mobile design: Avoid these 4 common user experience fails Mobile design: Avoid these 4 common user experience fails
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Hello everyone, this is Mike and welcome to my Basic Web Design Video Course. In this course I will walk you through the very basic steps on what to do and what to learn before, and during, building a website. You’ll learn all the steps I use including: planningwireframingusing basic tools and panels in Photoshopbasic HTML and CSSand after learning these we will apply our knowledge and create our very fist website from scratch. Basic Web Design Video Course - Wireframing, Photoshop Tools & Panels, and Designing [Part 1] Basic Web Design Video Course - Wireframing, Photoshop Tools & Panels, and Designing [Part 1]
How to lose weight (in the browser) How to lose weight (in the browser) And what if we got together a bunch of experts who work on large sites to create a definitive front-end performance guide? And not just one of those boring guides made for robots, what if we did something fun? What about getting together Briza Bueno (Americanas.com), Davidson Fellipe (Globo.com), Giovanni Keppelen (ex-Peixe Urbano), Jaydson Gomes (Terra), Marcel Duran (Twitter), Mike Taylor (Opera), Renato Mangini (Google), and Sérgio Lopes (Caelum) to make the best reference possible? That's exactly what we've done! And we'll guide you in this battle to create even faster sites.
A Showcase of 50 Amazing Personal Blog Web Designs The importance of a unique, memorable and well designed blog, especially within the design community, should not be underestimated – First impressions will always count and your blog gives you an opportunity to showcase your skills and highlight how professional and serious you are as a designer. For most web designers, designing an original blog shouldn’t be a problem, the difficulty lies in trying encapsulate your blog writing style and character within the design – That is the tricky part. In this article that is exactly what we have done, showcased 50 amazing personal blog designs that successfully capture the character of the designer. Clean Blog Designs Brian Hoff Ed Nacional
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Flash vs HTML5 is one of the hottest topic today , but we are not getting in the argument of which is superior to other and which is not. Flash will always be an awesome choice for rich content web applications and games same as HTML5 in developing cool animations and simple gaming applications unless some major development to be made in future years. Today we have collected 50 awesome HTML5 demos to show its potential. 1. 50 Advanced HTML5 Demos to show It's Power
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Hey, what's good? We're the yayQuery podcast, it's our first birthday, and we're back to wrap you in the familiar embrace of jQuery news, conference haps, and T-Swift pics. Just like the Beatles, we just want to hold your hand … and guide you through jQuery's new mobile framework, the 1.4.3 release, and brand new bug tracker. With some of your favourite segments, and a bit of practical kitchen advice, not watching yayQuery could be the scariest thing to befall you this Halloween! yayQuery Podcast - A jQuery Podcast
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